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I've never heard of Suddenly, Last Summer before now, but your hilarious description has sold me on it... I'm going to netflix it right now!

Thanks for the advice, keep it up, I love it! - Where busy chicks come to unwind...


Ah, Kim, Kim, Kim... why can't we just go back to the days of Goldiggers and Mony Clift and all that... those sad midnight movie folks debilitate me. Movies are a part of our lives, not our entire lives. Ah, well. Here's to you, doll -- hope our "thing" turned out OK.


I think the first midnight movie I attended was in the mid-70s. "Pink Floyd: Live at Pompeii." Ahhh, those were the days. The theater was SO smokey...

Liz and Katy and Monty and Gore and Tennessee - wow.

"Sounds like dancing..."


Thank you Kim for bringing Suddenly Last Summer to my attention. I rented it, and it was just as you described. A perfect rainy Sunday afternoon film.

Richard Hourula

Regarding obsession number 3 I can't think of an occasion when I've agreed with someone more. I love all the movies mentioned and own them on DVD, excepting Wild Boys of the Road that still awaits its long overdue DVD release.
LeRoy was a versatile and today much unsung director and Gold Diggers of 1933 was his best film, in no small part thanks to Berkeley.
Ginger's role was relatively small but crucial. It presaged the brilliance to come, including the Major and the Minor.
Love your blog, you must check out mine sometime. I think you've inspired my next post.

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